Ontario PNP First Rural And Northern Immigration Pilot Draw Held On April 23, 2020
Posted On: Thu, Apr 30 2020
The City of Ontario, Sudbury launched its first RNIP (Rural and Northern Immigration Pilot) draw on 23rd April, 2020 to invite candidates, applying for community recommendation for permanent residence of Canada. In this RNIP draw, Sudbury has issued 6 invitations to eligible candidates who scored a minimum 280 points.
The tie breaking rule for this invitation is April 15, 2020 at 4:28 p.m. local time. If more than one candidate had lowest score, the cut-off will be based on the date and time when they submitted their application.
Sudbury follows a point based system which is similar to many provincial nominee programs or federal express Entry system. It used to select the highest ranking applicants from the pool of candidates and further invites them to apply for community recommendation.
It is the largest city of Northern Ontario which populated with 165,000 local residents. The local economy of Sudbury is guided by finance, mining, tourism and through other industries. It is considered as the home to Laurentian University and Cambrian College.
Around 265 immigrants made their new home in Sudbury. Each 11 communities who participate in RNIP have their own methods in order to choose immigrants. The program is launched on March 23 which if for foreigners and their families to live in the city for long term basis.
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